- Pre-caffeination is a dangerous and primitive time during which Laurie’s on autopilot. Lord help the man who gets between her and her coffee.
Should state step in to stop Suffolk’s fiscal free-fall? Probably, but politics intervenesDrastic action is needed to save our insolvent county, but political alliances get in the way.
- Forgiveness of those who have wronged us, even grievously, allows us to turn a horrendous event into a blessing.
- Celia reflects on uncertainty – the one constant in life of which we can all be certain.
- Free tuition at New York’s public colleges has a history going back nearly two centuries and has played a pivotal role in the upward mobility of middle and working class youth.
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From Obamacare to Trumpcare: What to expect if the controversial health care law is repealed and replaced as promisedAn insurance agent who’s dealt with the changing landscape of health care and health insurance for more than 20 years gives his insights on what will likely happen if the Affordable Care Act is repealed.
Zeldin: Combatting opioid epidemic requires more funding for treatment, education and law enforcementIn the coming weeks, Congress will take up legislation to provide funding for a three-pronged approach to combat the heroin and opioid abuse epidemic.
- A $15 minimum wage would hurt Long Island’s farmers and small businesses.
- East Marion Fire District is again asking residents to extend the length of service award program. Why?
- A reader’s opinion on uncivil discourse,
- To the Editor: The frustration of the Southold PBA about investing in an overhaul of the department’s communication system is understandable. Each member’s attendance at the last Town Board meeting underscores the need to move forward as quickly as we can. This is imperative to ensure, not just the safety of the officers but, the safety ...
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